You might have come across a lot of series or shows that have 2 or 3 seasons or more, maybe 5 to 8 seasons, but the show we are going to be discussing was so popular among the fans that it already has 16 seasons released under its name. What Would You Do is an American situational television series where people are kept under the camera, making the show totally hilarious and enjoyable. It was created by Chris Whipple and is presented by John Quiñones. The show already has 147 episodes covered in 16 seasons.
The show’s earlier episodes were really popular and enjoyable, but things kept repeating after a certain time and a lot of viewers kept losing interest, despite the fact that the show had enough fans to keep it going for a lot more seasons. The first few seasons, from 2005 to 2007, became a quick hit among fans. It was known as Primetime: What Would You Do for the first five seasons, and later its name was changed to what we know it as today.
Thereafter, the show also started featuring some guest appearances. At the show’s 10th anniversary, which happened at the end of the 13th season, it featured a few old clips featuring the old actors and characters.
What Would You Do Season 17 Release Date
As of now, the show has not been cancelled or renewed for the new season. It might be on a break in order to improve the quality of each episode, which was seen dropping in the late seasons. We can hope for it to return soon.
The show was first released with only 4 episodes on February 26, 2008, and ran till March 25, 2008. The show gained immense popularity in such a short time that it was quickly renewed for a second season, which came out on January 6, 2009, with 9 episodes. The third season then followed it the next year on May 7, 2010, again with only four episodes. The fourth season was after we saw an increase in the number of episodes.
The show had already amassed quite a following and there were a few seasons which were released in the same year. The most recent season, season 16, with 9+1 episodes, was released on July 7, 2020, and concluded on September 8, 2020.
|Name of the Show||What Would You Do|
|Season Number||Season 17|
|What Would You Do Season 1 Release Date||26 February 2008|
|What Would You Do Season 17 Release Date||Not Announced Yet|
What Would You Do Season 17 Story
The story for season 17 is expected to be similar to that of the previous seasons, where John and other crew members used hidden camera pranks on the people. The focus of the show is on how individuals respond to strangers in challenging situations. He is accompanied by actors who act out various scenarios in front of unaware onlookers while a hidden camera captures their reactions.
They are often hilarious, but there are also times when they are predictable. Like in previous seasons, we can expect some guest stars to join it, which will add to the comedy elements of the show.
Though it is not confirmed yet, there are chances that the show might even take a new approach.
What Would You Do Season 17 Cast
Yuval David, Diana Henry, and Vince August are some of the cast that is seen regularly on the show. There are chances that they will be visible in the new season too. The host from the previous season, John Quiñones will also return for it and will keep playing the hidden pranks on bystanders. We can also expect a few guest stars that were introduced after season 6. The rest of the characters and cast can not be confirmed as of this moment as there is no official release from the show’s producer or director.
What Would You Do Season 17 Trailer
Currently, the show is on hiatus, and hence, there is no trailer available for it right now. We will let you know once it is available to stream. You can find one for each previous season on the official YouTube channel of ABC.
Where to Watch What Would You Do Season 17 Online?
Season 17 of What Would You Do is expected to air on ABC’s streaming platform, where you can find the previous seasons too. HULU and Amazon Prime Video also stream this show.
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